Do you need patriotic recipes and party ideas for your upcoming 4th of July party? I think you’ll find this week’s features are the red, white, and blue essentials that you need for a perfect party!
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BASIC ESSENTIALS FOR A 4TH OF JULY PARTY
Whether you live in a region that’s known for “It’s a dry heat” or “I’m sweatin’ like a pig,” you’ll be throwing a patriotic party for the 4th of July where you’ll need the basic essentials to create a successful and fun party.
I consider party essentials to be ones, such as, pretty centerpieces placed on tables, containers to place your cutlery and straws inside, a classic layered dessert, and an Americana themed charcuterie board.
My free 4th of July printable hand fans would be a whimsical and fun idea to add to your party, also! Click that link to learn more about them!
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FEATURED PATRIOTIC RECIPES AND PARTY IDEAS
Every patriotic party needs a festive centerpiece for decoration, don’t you agree? Emily, from Hunny I’m Home DIY, shows us how to make one that not only looks spectacular, but is easy to make and is budget-friendly. Start saving those tin cans because as pretty as these are you’ll want to make more than one centerpiece!
Sarah, from Must Have Mom, has crafted the cutest mason jar utensil holders that will provide oohs and aahs while your guests wait in line at the food table. Visit her blog to see what kind of paint she used on her jars and to see how easy her project is to make.
It wouldn’t be a party without a classic style recipe used at almost every gathering or potluck! Tracey, from The Kitchen is My Playground, has the best and yummiest kind of layered dessert recipe ~ triple berry punch bowl cake. A no-bake recipe that’s easy to make, yes please!
Michelle, from The Wooden Spoon Effect, show us a wonderful presentation of her easy recipe for a patriotic charcuterie board. This is such a clever idea to use food in the form of the American flag. Head over to her blog to see her alternative white foods for the cheese. I’m liking one of them and it begins with chocolate… oops “C.”
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